The journal was a way for family, friends and staff to talk to lawyer Paul Nappi at a time when they weren't sure he could hear them - or if he would live. "Thank you for giving me strength as I face my greatest fear," his daughter wrote.
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Bensalem district officials have noticed that more parents now use school nurses as gatekeepers for their children's health care.
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About 10 minutes after the Eagles beat the Patriots in historic fashion in Minneapolis on Feb. 5, the phone rang. It was Jefferson Hospital's transplant team with an organ transplant "offer" for my husband.
Many HIV-infected people now in their 50s and 60s who have lived for years with HIV under control, are developing aging-related conditions - heart, liver and kidney disease, certain cancers and frailty, for example - at a rate significantly higher than uninfected people of the same age.